Fix This Build That Woodworking Workshop Tour – Jan 2018




Updated shop tour for the FixThisBuildThat workshop (a.k.a. my home garage). I’m walking through the changes since the last woodshop tour. If you haven’t seen that one you can check it out below. Links below to all the build plans, videos and blog articles for relevant projects.
BLOG: fixthisbuildthat.com/home-woodworking-workshop-tour-2018

December 2016 Shop Tour –

Shop Project Video Playlist –

Made for Profit Podcast – madeforprofit.com
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BUILD PLANS with cut list and step by step instructions (in order of appearance)

Base Cabinet

Cordless Drill Charging Station

Tool Storage Wall Cabinet

Flip Top Tool Stand

Space Saving Clamp Rack

French Cleat Storage System

Table Saw Cabinet

Mobile Lathe Stand

Pallet Wood Storage Rack

Mobile Miter Saw Stand

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Shop Tools/Supplies (affiliate):

Assembly/Clamping Table –
JET 18-36 Drum Sander –
RIDGID Planer –
RIDGID Oscillating Sander –
Table Saw –
JET Parallel Clamps –
JET 2hp Dust Collector –
JET 1221VS Lathe –
JET 8” Jointer –
RIDGID 12” Miter Saw –
Powermatic PM1200 –
ISOtunes Bluetooth Earbuds –
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Brad Rodriguez
PO Box 680433
Franklin, TN 37068

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46 Comments

  1. KSFWG
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    I have a friend that ends up with a bunch of small off cuts (12" and less) all the time. He gets boxes from the Post Office and fills a box and sells it for a modest price plus shipping to people that use them for small projects. He has less clutter and the cut offs don't go to waste. There are a lot of people out there that would rather use small cut offs like this than purchase an 8 or 10 ft board. It's a win-win. He begins by sorting them out by species. At the end of the pile it usually becomes a box or two of mixed types of woods.

  2. Vince Baker
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    heay Brad I was wondering if you knew where I could buy S4S lumber & Baltic Burch plywood maybe here in Murfreesboro

  3. John Malecki
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Nice to see you clean that bad boy up! Shop is looking squeeky clean !

  4. ModestMaking
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Your shop is almost 5 times the size of mine (just square footage), and it looks like it's taller than 7 feet so you have me beat there too. But it's not the size of the shop, it's how you use it right? hahaha

  5. Jorge Aguilar
    January 22, 2018
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    I recently went down the Garage flooring rabbit hole myself. I also have similar foam squares i got at costco, but i wanted something from wall to wall in the garage and fatigue was also consideration. I found that Coin Flex Nitro Tiles are probably the way to go. The Black rubber mats will def require a light overhaul. With the nitro tiles, you can get a light color and it should still look bright in the shop without the need for way more lighting. These things are safe to use with car jacks, so im guessing shop machinery wouldnt be an issue. Just a thought.

  6. George Muff
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Nice tour Brad! Nice to see the evolution of your shop and gain some ideas for my own as well. I have one-third of a 3 car garage walled off and am finding mobility is key. The downside is having to reconfigure everything to use a tool.

  7. Fruition Forge
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Wood storage on ceiling

  8. Jeremy Specce
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Nice tour. I would stick with the fatigue mats placed at specific high use stations. Maybe upgrade those to heavier ones but I'd be very hesitant to do the entire floor, especially with so many things on wheels.

  9. Caleb Phelps
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Hey Brad, loved the video! Really appreciate you taking the time to share with us your setup 👍🏼 What model SawStop are you running?

  10. Thom spillane
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Sweet setup Brad. I have a much smaller space but same issues I use the same hose and move it from machine to machine, also I’m currently using a mat we had in the kitchen just big enough for my table saw it’s 3/4” thick and it’s sweet so definitely upgrading the floors because I have all kinds of leg and back problems (25+ years as a automotive technician and played hockey for 35+ years) so I need some cushion lmao 🤣 Thank You for the tour.

  11. Are Baloni
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    Really nice looking shop, Brad! Handtool-bench sounds like a good idea. I'm working on one myself right now, and i'm really looking forward to have a clean bench free from oil, paint and glue!

  12. JMakes
    January 22, 2018
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    I think the only solution is putting full carpet down 🙂 Jokes aside, this was a great tour! It was really interesting to see that you don't have the rough boards, milling tools, reduction tools & finishing tools organised in sequential order like a lot of other shops i've seen – is there any reason for this??

  13. paulhett
    January 22, 2018
    Reply

    You mentioned lighting and needing to get more. What do you currently have and what do you plan on getting?

  14. Scott Powers
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Brad I draw a TON of inspiration from you and your space saving and mobile builds. Love the sho. I’d love to hear more more about that armor tool bench in a future video too. It’s priced right and I think that may be an excellent solution for me.

  15. Shaun Chapman
    January 23, 2018
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    great shop tour..how do you like your portable miter station.im trying to design one for my shop.

  16. Gary Jones
    January 23, 2018
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    I know the Marc from Woodwhisperer has some heaven duty tiles. I think they are expensive but you can see them on one of his videos. I use the light weight ones as well and yes they can be a pain. Looks good though Brad thanks for sharing.

  17. Joseph Robbins
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Awesome video….if you upgrade your drill press I am interested in your old setup….

  18. Jose Aldana
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Greetings from clarksville TN my friend. Love the videos, actually working on a project from one of your videos.

  19. Bubba Hogue
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Info on the shop stool?? Please

  20. Tim Taaffe's Home & Shop
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Excellent job, bro. The place looks great!

  21. MikeytheMaker
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Looking good Brad I feel so familiar with your shop but it's always nice to get a peak into the dark corners 🙂

  22. Sumo's Projects
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Great tour, looks like many of us are doing one 👍👍👍👍

  23. Tizi
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Love the shop (hope that sounds manly) lol

  24. Michael D
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    The horse stall mats available at tractor supply or similar work great

  25. Dave Doerin
    January 23, 2018
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    Use the celling for the dust collection pipes saving floor space and it looks cool I have even done a few with a swivel in the middle and you can drop it via a hose it the tops of work surfaces great for small sanding and routing

  26. Fix This Build That
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    If you want plans for the builds in my shop you can find most of them at plans.fixthisbuildthat.com.
    You can see the blog or video articles here: http://fixthisbuildthat.com/category/projects/shop-projects/
    Or my Shop Project playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLkAgl7_UY3W9cMyN-zBTnwi9i-DW8FpA

  27. Andy Pugh
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Nice workshop. Thanks for the tour.

  28. barbara kvistad
    January 23, 2018
    Reply

    Don’t get down on yourself for having lots of wood – you’re a woodworker, after all!!! I don’t think that you have to much wood, but it seems like you need more clamps! 👍 Thanks for the tour.

    Check out The Wood Whisperer’s anti-fatigue mats; very heavy duty. Marc loves them.

  29. Tom F
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    As long as your not getting any water on your shop floor, how about laminate flooring? I'm thinking of doing it in my little shop. It's easy on the legs and back because of the foam backing, cleans up great and stuff rolls around great as long as you don't have steel wheels.

  30. Josh Thomas
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    Sweet setup to a fellow Nashvillian!

  31. HHProgressiveconstruction
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    Thanks for sharing the updated shop layout .

  32. Randy Green
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    Sweet setup Brad. Much improved! Can't wait to show you mine in pics. Btw, My son says you look like Brad Paisley lol!

  33. Way Woodworking
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    1:48 runaway bench! Haha

  34. Jaxson Hall
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    I love my rubber mats.

  35. The Theron Studio
    January 24, 2018
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    a small sturdy handtool workbench would be a great addition I think. I'm busy raising all my tools ans benches to 71 inches high since they are to low for me.

  36. Kjell Nor
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    Great, Got a lot of good ideas for my open hobby shop

  37. Mike McDonald
    January 24, 2018
    Reply

    would it be possible to do a drawing of the overhead layout of the shop. Its hard for me to figure it out watching it on video?????? Thanks so much looks like you have a lot of stuff in a pretty tight area. Amazing how much you have in just a garage.

  38. DewayneR1981
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    Good work on The Shop! I’m thinking about doing garage shop as well. Yours looks pretty efficient. Thanks for sharing the video. I live in Lebanon TN and love watching Shop Tour to try and get some ideas. Thanks man!

  39. Joe Schmoe
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    American Green Lights, Jim Uno should be able to hook you up.With LED light for your shop. Tyler G and Matthias Wandel both used them from that same company.

  40. TheCrash2769
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    this may sound a little strange and since its hard to tell in the video but i see a lot of wasted space up on the walls and in the ceiling. now i am new to your channel so not sure your preference and what not, but maybe some warehouse style storage racks that can also have a work bench under it and utalize the high ceilings. a little more. just a thought. also i use the a similar anti-mats in my shop that i use (i think they were from harbor freight) but i got tired of them getting sucked up with the shop vac. also got tired of them shifting around and things getting under them. i took some good spray adhesive and just glued them down. its not permanent and if need to be moved or whatever, i just peal them up and most of them time the floor is not sticky or anything. now if the spray glue is fresh or freshly glued and the pad dont want to peal up, i just use a heat glue on low and gently warm it the glue and good to go and scrap up any residue that is left behind.

  41. Donald sharp
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    Hey do you have the mobile miter cart plans available. Thanks

  42. Infinite Craftsman
    January 25, 2018
    Reply

    Go UP with your dust collection. Doesn’t bump your tools away from the wall and it’s always exposed and accessible. Also, I try to clean my shop but I realized my 50mm lens with a low f stop makes it look very clean🤣

  43. Dark Horse Woodworking
    January 26, 2018
    Reply

    I just bought a Ridgid band saw exactly like that about three weeks ago on Craigslist! 15:28 It needed some TLC, but the biggest issue I had was the darn shaking/vibrations. I found that the MDF I put on the base and some new urethane tires did the trick. Enjoyed the tour bud!

  44. Overdoer949
    January 27, 2018
    Reply

    Hey Brad, I noticed that you have a gas water heater, but you also have a pretty heavy duty dust collection system. My space is significantly smaller and I have concerns about dust ignition. Would you mind commenting about this topic?

  45. VZ
    January 28, 2018
    Reply

    You're really doing a great job. Clean, solid and to-the-point videos. You deserve much more subscribers. Keep it up! Greetings from Cyprus.

  46. BronkBuilt
    January 29, 2018
    Reply

    Not exactly sure which mats you are talking about but I have the thicker black mats that are about 2'x3' in sice and about an ince thick. I just kick it around to where I need it. Works great as a mat, but still gets sucked in by the shopvac.

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